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ocasiono una trifulca en pleno velorio. >> la escritora isabel allende habla sobre temas de inmigracción y habla porque algunos sufren del sindrome del elevador. >> flavio nos dice com algunas ciudades se preparan. >> vemos como una tormenta traera lluvia y fuertes vientos. >> las hojas caídas de los árboles causan inundaciones y las ramas de lo árboles causan daños. >> el nivel del agua podría crecer y crear estragos. >> por eso los sacos de arena son útiles. >> y algunos de los trabajadores que están en la interperie peuden verse afectadis >> que no nos cause mucho problema. >> mucha gente no sale de las casas y como trabajamos en restauranes si nos afecta. >> lo principal que tenemos en el tiempo es aviso de vientos fuertes. >> que puede estar en 50 y ráfagas de 60 millas. >> 52 al amanecer y regreso más adelante con el pronostico extendido. >> 6 estudiantes se atrincheraron en un edificio vacío. >> los manifestantes pedián el desalojo de un inmueble. >> esta iniciacion nos ha cortado los fondos. >> los programa de la comunidad latina. >> de la comunidad asíatica. >> acuer
and of the others, coming up. >> good morning, i am isabel durant. >> and good morning i am marty gonzales. >> good morning to you both, we do have some wet weather has passed. sunshine, and high clouds. and it is going to stay cool and dry for the evening the stormtracker 4 is showing that concord, fairfield still getting light drizzle. and livermore. so, we are still torn to be talking about temperatures with no wet weather to contend with we are going to be talking about temperatures-with wet weather. 50s through daly city, san jose. the afternoon highs will be in the 60s with a low >> some daly city residents near the site >> police -- and menlo park this morning are looking for two suspects involved in a fatal shooting on the 300 block of a ivy also, a former pinole police officials and his wife are facing grand theft, elder abuse and multiple other charges after authorities say they defrauded and 82 year-old woman from pleasanton. 36 year-old matthew messier. used his position as a panel police commander to certainly, the gasoline prices that are degreasing are increasing traffic and trouble
for this afternoon your full forecast coming up and when we can expect some rainfall. isabel. >> thank you. the expert like to tell you that the biggest traveling today is yet to come it is actually today. with all public transportation and long distance traveling the worries and headaches and now the fog. there are delays? >> these are four are arriving and departing just started taking effect i just looked into the terminals and they all say " on-time " but the duty manager saying that as of 8:00 a.m. many of the departing flights and are arriving flights could see 40-50 delays. the bottom line is that you are going to want to check. if you are flying in or out of s f o. let me show you, in side of the terminal. many people are trying to go home. and many passengers i spoke with visited family for thanksgiving and a lot of them are not yet ready to leave. >> it is great memories but i am a little bit disappointed because producer and our son back to eugene, oregon. we will not see him again until christmas. so i am kind of bummed a little bit. but i do not have to go back to cooking. >>
our landscape architect from cmg landscape architecture, isabelle wade has helped us plan our plaza and open space integration. brad paul has helped drive our community outreach. wane hu has helped us understand the economic benefits of the project to the city and county of san francisco. sam louder has acted a senior [speaker not understood] and guided us through government interaction and make sure i don't embarrass myself up here today. susan yogi and david from acom have handled environmental review brilliantly and andrew junius is our esteemed counsel. all of our team is here to answer questions you may have. last and certainly but not least, i would like to introduce my life and business partner, my wife [speaker not understood] who will put it in historical context for you. >> thank you. good afternoon, commissioners. my name is valerie [speaker not understood]. my roots go back to the 1960s when i would come down to work at my parents' a pale business which is right around the corner from this site. later on in the 1980s and in the 1990s when i ran the family apparel busine
's island. water is starting to pull back, clean-up under way. they say sandy wasn't as bad as isabel. >>> here we are in annapolis. they made it through the storm without a lot of damage. here the boats were pulled out of the water and secured before the storm were hit. boats may have gotten a few dinged. >>> home owners in annapolis are grateful for the utility crews called. in we caught one trues on harbor drive today clearing a large tree and broken telephone pole that cause aid transformer to crash to the ground. >> you walk into a room and the first thing you want to do is flip a light on and running water because we're on well here, just your daily showers and running water and flushing the commodes and that sort of thing that i take for granted. >> some of the crews helping us get back on our feet are going to help new jersey and new york. >>> a man just barely escaped getting hurt when a free crushed through his roof. he was just three steps away when it happened. >> i was walking in the kitchen. i heard a loud crash and snapping sound and looked out through my kitchen to see
coast the uptake on relief efforts. >> good morning, i am marty gonzales isabel is off. good morning. it is going to be gorgeous bay-area wide. general. janu? >> good morning, marty. we could seek some portions of patchy fog but there will be plenty of sunshine. it is going to be a gorgeous beach day. and pretty clear. overnight we will start to see the fog gradually pushed through san francisco. as for temperatures. 50s through san francisco, 56 in san jose. 54 in oakland, concord and santa rosa. 54 in the livermore valley. with just 70's in antioch. and 71 degrees in half moon bay. low 80s for the south bay. more low 80s and even napa, santa rosa and 77 degrees for san rafael. your full forecast with changes. and let us go back over to marty. >> thousands of grocery store employees are on the picket lines after contract lines tobroke down. mike pelton is our sole reporter at the alameda store. good morning, mike. >> good morning, marty. this strike is officially on between the union and the federal mediator broke down between midnight and 2:00 a.m. this morning. these employees are
in downtown san francisco. there is more wet weather on the way. and we will go back to isabel. >> thank you, janu. cooler temperatures and rain this week are leading to the state to end the fire season. it will officially end monday morning in the santa clara alameda, and called for costa counties here in the bay area. as well as parts of san walking and stanislaus counties. >> of their heavy residents hospitalized for eating this wild mushroom soup. it was prepared by a care giver at the old age--gold age villa facility in loomis the care giver also became very ill. >> can you tell me what happened? >> i do not know what happened. >> some employees are also sec. >> authorities are not releasing the conditions of the four presidents that were taken to the hospital. >> state budget cuts have been hard on budget cuts. this teacher has a creative solution. >> for months, diana rivera did not know that our beloved teacher had a secret. and the month of march she was happily and rolled in a medical assistant class at centinela valley adult school and long tail, california. >> one day they just c
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driver and 26 students in a moving van buried at a rock quarry near livermore off isabel avenue. the intent was to hold them for ransom. but the kidnappers ended up falling asleep giving the hostages a chance to escape. >> they said you will never see your parents again. >> they are threats to me. i relive those heightened moments. i'm more scared all over again. >> all three kidnappers were sentenced to life in prison. richard schoenfeld is out on parole since june living in mountain view with his mother his brother behind bars. >> other bay area headlines on this thursday, an overpass along 880 in san leandro will remain partially closed following an accident. a big rig dropped cars on the freeway near marina boulevard. two cars smashed into the cars falling off the truck. crews are check the overpass to see if it was damaged. >>> today of is a deadline for reforms in the oakland police department. the deadline was set by a federal judge who will decide whether federal authorities should take control of the oakland police department. that decision will come after the judge hea
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, we are going to go back to isabel. >> new this morning this shooting happened just before 7 at the lonely court he died at the scene. so far, there been no suspects identified in san jose police are looking for a man suspected of killing a woman and fleeing the murder scene. the 50 year-old is identified as troy nosenzo... who could be driving a silver rattle 8l 70015 he is suspected of killing a woman and then fleeing the murder scene. he could be driving a gray chevy silverado. this is the 41st homicide of san jose this year. >> >> this asian man is believed to have tried to get this growth and his car. they say that this is not the first time there has been a stranger in this neighborhood. >> it is very scary. i always tell my children to be careful and be aware of their surroundings. they'd never really know. you do not swat something happening. the fremont community is on alert after a suspicious person approach the 15 year-old girl and it's not the first time police say this team was on her way to john f. kennedy high school in fremont. he tried to get her into his veh
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me envían ,por ejemplo, nuestra amiga dice isabel que está muy feliz porque hay esperanza para los latinos, tremenda victoria. >>> también nos dicen, hay felicidad porque ganó y tenía que ganar el presidente barack obama, los latinos tenemos mucha fianza . >>> mucho orgullo latino ,pero también tenemos fotos de celebridades, mariah carey nos muestra su foto en twitter, vamos a la próxima foto, de nuestro amigo ricky martin con el presidente barack obama, una foto que nos mandaron desde la florida, comiendo pizza por las largas colas de los votantes, ahora el video que da la vuelta al mundo, es el presidente barack obama bailando gangnam style, una canción tan popular, no escuchamos la música, pero lo podemos imaginar celebrando con esta canción su gran victoria en noche de elecciones, vamos con satcha pretto y ricardo arambarri. >>> muchísimas gracias, qué tal ese presidente barack obama animado, le hace competencia al productor de despierta américa. >>> quédese con nos ♪. >>> estas imágenes que están viendo son de celebración en la casa blanca, después de conocer
every weekend call "animal odd couples." watch isabelle talk about a baby deer and her great dane get along now. >> the thing that surprised me most is when they started to play. >> dana: bob, doesn't that give you great hope in the animal kingdom we can all get along? >> bob: yeah. sure. >> greg: this is disgusting. >> dana: this is great vide video. you would have put it on "red eye" if you found it first. >> greg: disgusting. >> dana: very cute. >> eric: andrea? >> andrea: in the middle of sandy and in the middle of the election, guess what the obama administration decided to do? they decided to get the public option in under the radar. and now, yes, the u.s. government is going to start sponsoring private helicoptehealth insurance. what does it mean? two multistate exchanges to be able to compete with the private insurance. so, they don't have to abide by any regulations. they can offer lower premiums, so what is this going to do? what is going to drive out private ininsurance bye, bye, private insurance. guess who will pay for it? >> eric: transparency. i'll go quickly. the stock
are worried whether they will even be in business next year. isabel is one of them. >> don't want to lose it after 30 years in business. be a terrell thing. we have to support ourselves. a lot of small business owners are single you necessity. maybe they don't have another helping them. >>reporter: small business owner feeling the squeeze of deep discounting by large national chains. some of the chains set up shop on the main streets of the bay area once the do mane of small business. >> everyone talks about black friday and 50 to 60 percent off. you can't compete. >> people come here because they are the whouns want to stay away from the mall. don't want any part of it. that's what saves me. >>reporter: black friday small by small business saturday to get shop investigators support the stores owned by sole proprietor. a life long resident has sean so many of the small shops disappear. >> you do like to support those. unfortunately you get a small coffee shop and you get certain people that like to support the small coffee shop and you have the other coffee shop andf course th
are the most popular girls babies on baby center sophia, emma, olivia, isabelle la, lily, chloe,. >> betty because of betty white apparently. baby betty. >> aiden, jackson, ethan, liam, mason, noah, lucas, jacob, jayden and jack. new to that is mia and jack. >> those are interesting names this year. i wonder why sophia, mia, what do you think? >> we have an isabella sophia at our house. all of their friends that come over, isabella, sophia, mia. >> we have a big show. he's one of hollywood's most talented writers and directors and actors and adorable. >> we love our ed burns. >> and we'll reveal our ambush makeovers. >> how cute he looks. >> he's so cute. >> first these messages. at cepacol we've heard people are going to extremes to relieve their sore throats. oh, okay, you don't need to do that. but i don't want any more of the usual lozenges and i want new cooling relief! ugh. how do you feel? now i'm cold. hmm. this is a better choice. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays with you long after the lozenge is gone. ahhh. not just a sensation, sen
groups still farming the lands of mesoamerica. concepcion rash, with her daughter-in-law isabelle, prepares the evening meal. they cook over a wood fire, beneath a thatched roof, much the same way that the three-stoned hearth was used at ceren 14 centuries ago. the rash family is mainly self-sufficient. they teach their children and grow their food, all within a short distance of the home. as in ancient times, daily life revolves around the household. [ baby crying ] anthropologist richard wilk. there's a lot of good reasons for people here to want to live in a multiple-family household like this. there's a lot of jobs that have to be done every day, both by men and women -- washing, hauling corn in from the field, cutting firewood. these kinds of things take time every day. and if you're off working in the fields, you can't do them. by having multiple-family households like this, they can divide up the labor. [ speaking native language ] interpreter: what can i say ? it's a lot easier working together. without a helper, life is much harder. since we're at home, we can help each o
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. hurry in, offer ends soon! i'm ryan isabell and i see food differently. >>> the day after the devastation with governor christie president obama was back campaigning and five days to go until the election, jennifer granholm, former governor of michigan and republican strategist kellyanne conway, welcome to you both. >> thank you. >> let me start with you if i can, kellyanne. mitt romney a week ago was off a momentum and heading possibly to victory on tuesday. which ever way you look at this, this hasn't been a good few days for him politically. clearly the most important thing is the safety of the people involved. >> absolutely. >> and we accept that. but politically his momentum has stalled. the president has been out there being a president. >> it could be. but i'm with mayor booker and governor christie on this one, which is, it's so difficult to even a talk about politics at a time like this but you have tuesday coming up. you have early voting going on right now in the states. so the events in front of them, i think it can go either way. people will either disassociat
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: american universities did it come isabelle rhoda joins us now. caller: mayor bloomberg endorsed president obama. many liberals would say he has not played a strong enough role. do you believe president obama will be a stronger leader in environmental policy? guest: this is definitely something that should have mentioned before, climate change. this is something he has said previously that he wants to pursue more vigorously in the second term. i think that's -- the question is, will there be time? the second half of the second term is notoriously and productive. he probably has 18 months after an inauguration and then we get it to mid-terms and full-on politics. i am not sure given where the republicans are on cap and trade, which the house passed and then went nowhere, i am not sure we will get anywhere, but we might see president obama talking more about the environment and energy issues. host: linda feldman has recent pieces looking at what the presidency under mitt romney will look like. under what it would look like from president obama. she writes this -- guest: right. exactly. the f
as humble a beginning as dorothy thompson eric she was born so silly isabel fairfield on the outskirts of london in 1892 to a scotch highland mother with musical aspirations, and a truly gifted journalist father. when he left them, abandoned them to poverty, when she, too, was only eight, she was both devastated and liberated. as angry as she was, she, like thompson, was able to invent herself. noddy and rebellious, ms. fairfield first tried to be an actress, which was a terrible thing for a respectable woman to do. but early on she realized that her true passion and her true ability was the spoken word. and she became a feminist journalist as a tool for initiating social change. by the age of 20 she had earned a reputation as a serious polemicist, and by the age of 30, she was not only a journalist, she was a literary biographer, a novelist, and a literary critic with a scathing reputation. for 40 years, rebecca west took britain by storm. are writing cut across every genre, from fiction to nonfiction, and the range of her knowledge was wide and deep. she can truly be called a public
on this item? >>> commissioners, isabelle wade. i wanted to speak in favor of this project. i'm actually really excited to hear about it. i'm here for another reason today. but i was part of the eastern neighborhoods planning process in my capacity as executive director of neighborhood [speaker not understood] council and also being being in the subsequent open space work group that steve put together because those of us in the eastern neighborhoods planning process felt there wasn't enough emphasis about open space in the plans. and even in the work group we struggled so hard to find places to make parks or open space. i think this kind of a project is increasingly going to be the way the city gets open space and parks in our new neighborhoods. and i think this looks like an excellent design that is open to the public and conveys that it's a public park. and i just want to encourage you to look at other projects in the future for this very reason to see if there's ways we can squeeze in more parks and open space. thank you. >> thank you. is there any additional public comment on this item? >>
colón hasta aquí. en el plano, es el número doce. este es el puente de isabel ii. entonces cruce el puente y estará en el barrio de triana. esta es la calle pureza. gracias. ah, y otra cosa-- si desea visitar algunos lugares interesantes e históricos mire aquí, el número trece es el mercado. el número catorce es la capilla de la esperanza de triana. y la iglesia de santa ana está aquí en el número quince. hm... tiene razón. me parece un poco lejos. si no conoce sevilla, debería de tomar un taxi. gracias. adiós. ah, muy bien. hasta luego. llaves, llaves y más llaves. mi vida no es nada más que llaves. taxi. sí. buenos días. buenos días. tengo que ir a la calle pureza, número veintiuno. ¿usted sabe dónde está? sí, claro. este es mi barrio, el barrio de triana. suba, por favor. y raquel comienza su búsqueda. cuatrocientos seis... siete... ocho... nueve... diez... once... doce... trece... catorce... y quince. ( suspira ) usted no es española, ¿verdad? no, no. soy de los estados unidos. ¿le gusta sevilla? es muy bonita, ¿no? ah, sí. es preciosa. ¿a qué númer
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